In the daylight, the KOGI Geometric Lamp looks like nothing more than a delicate paper structure dangling from the ceiling -- pretty, but without a purpose. At night, however, these geometric lamps come alive, glowing with a multi-colored warmth to light up any darkened room.
The lamps, created by designer Joa Herrenknecht, are made of a lightweight paper called Tyvek which are cut into triangles and arranged into abstract geometric shapes. When darkness falls, these lamps appear as warm shapes of light.
The Tyvek paper can also be colored to give off a hued glow. Since the paper is so thin, these colors look almost like watercolor paints giving them a soft and fluid feel.
These lights are more than lamps; they're a kind of artistic structure. From sculptures to glowing geometric shapes, the KOGI Geometric Lamp will brighten up any living space.
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